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  • great Helper
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    The buffet server and grill was noticed and it received good reviews. The food was kept warm . The capacity of the serving dishes were adequate. And the grill is an added bonus.

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    arollsue February 21, 2012
  • Perfect for Company!!
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    I am looking forward to my additional uses of this item. We have large groups of company on various occasions and always struggled with keeping food warm. And, always struggled with keeping those eggs warm for a large breakfast group. No longer a problem!

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    sksranch February 8, 2012
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    Its great for serving! the gril is not that much of a great cooking system but the buffet server serves its purpose

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    diyon January 8, 2012
  • more a buffet server than grill
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    product is more suited as a warmer; grill component is flimsy; good size for entertaining.

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    slepotter September 27, 2011
  • hot product!
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    I ordered this buffet server for use at my annual Christmas party. I chose this model because it a) has the versatility of use as a three-pan buffet server or as a griddle/warming plate and b) has individual heat controls for each of the three pans. And WOW! Does this product deliver! The center (cooking) section heated refrigerator-cold gumbo to boiling in about 15 minutes (which I then turned down to a nice "keep warm" temp for the rest of the evening). The side (warming) sections heated frozen rice and ice-cold crawfish etouffee to the proper temp in about 25 minutes without burning or scorching the food. When the etoufee ran out, I was able simply to turn off that section while keeping the rice and gumbo warm for another couple of hours. The item looks great, feels sturdy, and has nice bonus features like small slots in the lids for the spoon/ladle. The lids are plastic rather than glass, but frankly, for a big party where people will be lifting the lids and going in/out, in/out of the food all evening, that's probably a better option. I admit I haven't used the griddle/warming plate yet, but based on how well this thing worked as a server, I have no doubt it will perform that job just as well. I look forward to many years of use for this gem!

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    historygeek7 December 13, 2010
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